3 bedroom detached house for saleCar Colston Road, Screveton
- Fascinating Detached Cottage
- Versatile Accommodation
- Wealth of Character & Features
- Approx Quarter Acre Plot
- Superb Double Garage/Workshop
- Ensuite & Main Bathroom
- South Facing Rear Garden
- Gated Driveway
- Delightful Setting
- Viewing Highly Recommended
** FASCINATING DETACHED COTTAGE ** VERSATILE ACCOMMODATION ** WEALTH OF CHARACTER & FEATURES ** APPROX QUARTER ACRE PLOT ** SUPERB DOUBLE GARAGE/WORKSHOP ** ENSUITE & MAIN BATHROOM ** SOUTH FACING REAR GARDEN ** DELIGHTFUL SETTING ** GATED DRIVEWAY ** VIEWING HIGHLY RECOMMENDED **
Yew Tree Cottage is a fascinating individual detached character home believed to date back to the early 1700s and retaining many original features, having heavily beamed ceilings and live fireplaces, over the years the property has been lovingly restored including handcrafted kitchen by Country Crafts with hand painted and solid pippy oak door fronts, quartz granite work surfaces and attractive Aga range.
The current vendors have carried out a significant programme of work creating a ground floor master suite having stunning pitched ceiling with exposed beams and adjacent contemporary ensuite wet room, as well as adding a superb garage block which complements the main cottage offering a fantastic level of secure parking or workshop space, attached utility which potentially, subject to any necessary consents, could provide a fantastic annexe facility ideal for extended family or teenager.
The main cottage has three receptions, split by the large L shaped kitchen, with many of the rooms offering a dual aspect and to the first floor there are two further double bedrooms and bathroom with pleasant aspects out into the rear garden.
The property is an archetypal cottage and is perfect for anyone looking for a unique dwelling with immense character which combines its original period elements, which give it a warm homely feel, with the benefits of more contemporary living.
There is no doubt that one of the main features of the property is its stunning garden with the plot in total extending to approximately a quarter of an acre, benefitting from a southerly aspect as well as offering a high degree of privacy, having large lawn and well stocked perimeter borders, all accessed via an electric gated entrance with generous driveway and superb garage block with electric doors.
All of this is located within this highly regarded and much sought after Vale of Belvoir village which is well placed and convenient for both the A46 and A52 with excellent commuting to Nottingham and Leicester.
Amenities are available in the nearby market towns of Bingham and the larger town of Newark including shops, schools, doctors and dentists, leisure facilities and railway stations with high speed trains to King's Cross.
AN ATTRACTIVE OPEN FRONTED PANTILED STORM PORCH WITH PERIOD TIMBER DOOR, GIVES ACCESS THROUGH INTO:
Entrance Hall - 5.41m x 1.93m max (17'9 x 6'4 max) - Having spindle balustrade staircase rising to the first floor with alcove beneath, quarry tiled floor, central heating radiator, deep pine skirting, windows to both the front and rear elevations and door to:
Lounge - 5.38m x 3.25m max (17'8 x 10'8 max) - A well proportioned reception again benefitting from a dual aspect and offering a wealth of character with the focal point being a live fireplace with herringbone brick hearth and exposed brick back, timber lintel over and inset solid fuel stove, heavily beamed ceiling, deep skirting, two central heating radiators and double glazed multi-pane windows to the front and rear.
Dining Room - 3.66m x 3.66m (12'0 x 12'0) - An attractive character filled and versatile reception having aspect to the front and rear, the focal point being an exposed brick chimney breast with herringbone brick hearth and oak lintel over, alcove to the side with built in period dresser, exposed beams to the ceiling, quarry tiled floor, deep skirting, two central heating radiators, two double glazed windows.
Kitchen - 3.66m x 2.82m (12'0 x 9'3) - Appointed with a generous range of bespoke hand crafted and hand painted wall, base and drawer units, quartz granite work surfaces, under mounted Belfast sink, granite and tumbled marble splashbacks, built in dresser unit, Fired Earth tiled floor, heavily beamed ceiling, oil fired Aga, integrated dishwasher, double glazed windows to the front and rear elevations and open doorway leading through into:
Additional Kitchen / Utility - 3.66m max x 3.35m max (12'0 max x 11'0 max) - Again beautifully appointed with handcrafted units by Country Crafts, finished in pippy oak and having a generous run of oak work surface, tiled splashbacks, three integrated fridges, built in dresser unit, continuation of the Fired Earth tiled floor, additional granite effect laminate work surface with inset round bowl stainless steel sink with chrome swan neck mixer tap, granite effect splashback, built in CDA single electric oven with halogen hob over, exposed beams to the ceiling, inset downlighters, multi-pane leaded window to the rear and stable door leading into the rear garden.
Garden Room - 5.38m x 3.35m (17'8 x 11'0) - A stunning well proportioned reception with delightful aspect out into the rear garden, vaulted ceiling with exposed timbers, tiled floor, deep skirting, central heating radiator, several wall light points and door giving access through into:
Bedroom 1 - 3.40m x 4.34m (11'2 x 14'3) - A well proportioned double bedroom benefitting from ensuite facilities, having high vaulted ceiling with exposed timbers, deep skirting, central heating radiator, two windows giving a pleasant aspect into the rear garden.
Ensuite Wet Room - 2.31m x 1.40m (7'7 x 4'7) - Beautifully appointed with a contemporary suite comprising large walk in wet area with mosaic tiled floor and walls, chrome wall mounted shower mixer with independent handset and contemporary rose over, low flush wc with concealed cistern, vanity unit with rectangular wash basin and wall mounted mixer tap, Travertine tiled floor, pitched ceiling with exposed beam, chrome contemporary towel radiator, shaver point, extractor, double glazed window.
RETURNING TO THE ENTRANCE HALL A SPINDLE BALUSTRADE STAIRCASE RISES TO A GENEROUS:
First Floor Landing - 4.88m x 2.03m (16'0 x 6'8) - Having exposed beams to the ceiling, deep skirting, central heating radiator, two double glazed windows to the rear elevation and reclaimed pine doors leading to:
Bedroom 2 - 3.71m x 3.28m max (12'2 x 10'9 max) - Having a range of built in wardrobes with pine door fronts, deep pine skirting, central heating radiator, double glazed window overlooking the rear garden.
Bedroom 3 - 3.66m x 2.77m (12'0 x 9'1) - Currently utilised as a home office/dressing room but could be utilised as an additional double bedroom. Having chimney breast with built in pine bookcases to the alcoves, central heating radiator, deep pine skirting, double glazed windows to both the front and rear.
Bathroom - 3.53m max x 1.93m (11'7 max x 6'4) - A generous space fitted with a Heritage style white suite comprising panelled bath with traditional style mixer tap with integrated shower handset, low flush wc, pedestal wash hand basin with traditional style brass taps, tiled splashbacks, tiled floor, deep pine skirting, wall mounted shaver point, central heating radiator and double glazed window to the front.
Exterior - The property fronts Colston and Hawksworth Roads and has an electric sliding gate and courtesy gate with brick walls which lead onto a large block set driveway providing off road car standing and leading to a detached brick and pantiled:
Double Garage & Workshop - 7.85m x 5.00m overall (25'9 x 16'5 overall) - The garage measurement is 18'3 x 16'4. The workshop measures 7'1 x 8'5
Having useful storage in the eaves, power and light, twin electric roller shutter doors, two double glazed windows to the rear and additional room giving access through into an exterior laundry room/utility.
Utility / Laundry Room - 2.59m x 2.18m (8'6 x 7'2) - With separate access from the garden and fitted with a range of wall and base units, plumbing for washing machine, space for tumble drier, stable door giving access into the garden and double glazed window.
Gardens - The rear garden is a particularly attractive feature of the property with the plot extending to approximately a quarter of an acre, benefitting from a southerly aspect as well as a high degree of privacy. Beautifully established over the years creating a wonderful outdoor space, perfect for entertaining with large lawned area, spacious terrace and well stocked perimeter borders with established trees and shrubs.
Council Tax Band - Rushcliffe Borough Council - Tax Band F.
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